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Monday morning picture show

26 Mar

I have been doing some writing and plotting and such this past weekend for Rocket Fox.  Getting the trio into the Great Library has been a little more daunting than I originally thought.  Plus, I am honestly reconsidering a small shout out I gave to the fact that Clarfax found a book with the words don’t panic printed in bold, yellow letters on it.  The shout out was more like a subtle nod to Douglas AdamsHitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

Anyway, forgoing a post of a Rocket Fox episode, here is a look at the foxes represented in this series I am currently writing.

Fennec Fox

Arctic Fox

Black Fox (or, as it is known, fox with a black coat)

Red Fox (commonly known as Fox).

Just as I did with the species Felanus, foxes make up the society of Vulpine, which is taken from scientific tribe classification of Vulpini (it even comes from the genus and species vulpes vulpes).  For more on the common fox, arctic fox, and the fennec fox (black fox is merely a common fox with a black coat) click the links.

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2 Comments

Posted by on March 26, 2012 in randomness, The Barrow's Revenge, Writing

 

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2 responses to “Monday morning picture show

  1. karmicangel

    March 26, 2012 at 7:53 am

    Fennec Fox is adorable; so this is for research? Or is the book you are writing about foxes?

     
  2. Tim

    March 26, 2012 at 8:03 am

    The book is a science fiction story, which the main characters are humanoid version of these animals. Basically, what if foxes had evolved on a planet and became the dominant species.

     

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